The Comics Kingdom Blog
This week's spotlight is on Tina's Groove by Rina Piccolo.
Rina is one of the funniest people writing comics-- and before she became a cartoonist, she did her fair share of time working in restaurants, an experience that she uses to craft the ups & downs of Tina, the intrepid heroine of Tina's Groove. Keep Reading
It's that very special time of year when all that hard work pays off-- congratulations graduates on getting your degrees! Whether you're finishing high school, college, or a postgrad program, you deserve to be proud of yourself! This week, I asked our cartoonists to celebrate graduation-- and to impart a little advice or well-wishes, if they had them! Keep Reading
A celebration of brothers Keep Reading
Good ol' Stripe. Keep Reading
News Around the Kingdom is a weekly recap of cartoonist blog posts featuring the latest updates, stories, sketches and news from King Features cartoonists. Keep Reading
Just as schools across the country begin to let out, we're feeling really into Baby Blues, by Rick Kirkman and Jerry Scott.
Baby Blues is a look at life with the MacPherson clan-- Darryl, Wanda, Zoe, Hamish ("Hammie") and Wren. When Baby Blues began in 1990, Wanda and Darryl were just on the precipice of having their first child: a daughter, Zoe. The family has gotten larger over the years, and now, Baby Blues catches all the frustration and humor of many stages of parenthood. Keep Reading
I know when I was a kid, I wanted to be a pyrotechnician...but my mom wasn't so crazy about me trying to blow things up in the kitchen. Eventually I settled on the somewhat neater but nonetheless just as explosive work of editing!
This week, I asked our cartoonists about what they wanted to be when they were kids! Keep Reading
May is both Barbecue Month and Hamburger Month, so you know what to do.
A vegetarian's nightmare. Keep Reading
News Around the Kingdom is a weekly recap of cartoonist blog posts featuring the latest updates, stories, sketches and news from King Features cartoonists.